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"A SQUARE DEAL . " [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
A SQUARE DEAL . We believe that every advertisement In this paper is backed by a responsible person But to mal-e doubly sure we will make good any loss to paid subscribers sustained bv trusting any-deliberate swindler advertising in our columns , and any such swindler will be publicly exposed . We protect subscribers- against rogues , but we do not guarantee , toadjust trifling differences between subscribers and honest , lesponsible advertisers . Neither will we be responsible for tbe debts of honest bankrupts sanctioned by the-courts . Notice of the complaint must be sent us within one month of the time of tbe transaction , and you must have mentioned The Farm Home when writing the ^ ad- \ ertiser .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
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1 msa > ma 0 » sm » t > m , m , a n ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦» SMMIIS . Imim J ¦ — " - —— - —— - ~— ¦ — — ¦ — - — - ^•**** [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
1 msa &gt; ma 0 » sm » t &gt; m , m , a n ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦» SMMIIS . Imim J ¦ — - —— - —— - ~— ¦ — — ¦ — - — - ^•**** HOG NOTES . Never breed to a sow that is not a good milker . Never turn a boar out to a sow , but turn tbe sow into him . Never breed to a boar that is not a thoroughbred . With all swine diseases , prevention is better than a cure . AH swine breeding should be for improvement as well as for the perpetuation Of the breed . A pig that becomes unhealthy or unthrifty while suckling rarely-gives satisfactory returns . The different modes of combining the came rations will have much to do with results . It is of no . material difference how you learn the best way to care for pigs ; the point is to know that way . Diseases seldom start ia a neighborhood In the herds whicB have the most careful treatment . .- When pigs are weaned it is better to remove them to new quarters ; in which case they will miss their dams-less than if left where they were raised . - When you...
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . Breeders and farmers desiring to purchase first-class Berkshires will serve their interests . by sending to the following well known gentlemen for catalogue and price list , viz .: ALABAMA . E . A . Bishop Talladega Sam T . Smith Troy ARKANSAS . W . J . Bell . Beeba Sam P . McCoIloch Cane Hill CALIFORNIA . Jos . Kelly Ferndale William Niles &amp; Co . Los Angeles S . B . Wright .. Santa Rosa GEORGIA . Belmont Farm .- Smyrna W . P . Jackson Athens . J . G . B . Erwin . Erwin ILLINOIS . C . H . C . Anderson &lt; £ . Co Carlinvilli F . - D .- Crane ............... Mt . Sterling W . H . Dawdy ....... Greenville James Frake Clifton W . H . Ker .. Prairie du Rocher Jas . McPherson Rockford D . H . Shank .. Paris Homer Waters Dawson INDIANA . Charles Barker Thorntown Walter Gordon Metamora Geo . W . Jessup .. Rockville Travis Neal ... » Brownsburg Noah Wilson Mexico IOWA . E . Breitbach Cascade J . H . Dehner .: Cascada W . D . McTavish Coggon KANS...
BARON PUKE XLV . " 70001 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
BARON PUKE XLV . 70001 raron Duke XLV . 70001 ,-see cut -this , ™ r ? wned by Homer F . Waters ,. prop l ? . \ rnl theT Highland Herd of Berkp , - et « bredI by N- H ~ Gentry . ahd sired ? i i aron 1 % VI . 34246 , undoubtedly * „* Vhi really great bears now living , „ ,. e of the reaaty ITW LongfeUow 16835 . ? , A ° n dam DucSls CCXXL 8 60002 Mr • V ^ uv considers the best daughter j ) f , ii Premier 50001 . The fact that Mr . ^ r / Setactea his litter brother , also his . rother one litter older , which he has re7 . tempting price for , to head his u-rd is sufficient ? roof of his individual vTilence , and that bis breeding is secc nri ! o none He is of the true Long- ? ik , wt-pe , great length , with a grand fr , k and ham , low to the ground , a nice Sd and ei . ™ and a future before him either as a show or breeding boar hard tn excel Mr . Waters , purchased him Lit . Gentry while still a pig , at a v .. Vv long price , and has never regretted ti He lias been used on a great ma...
F A HUMPHREYS & SON'S PUBLIC t- M SALE .. [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
F A HUMPHREYS &amp; SONS PUBLIC t- M SALE .. Messrs . B . A . Humphreys &amp; Son , Pana , til held their first public sale of . Berkshires March 4 , 1804 , at the fair grounds f , f that place . Taking all things into consideration their sale ** * ^ ucft a grand S . u-ress that they have decided to hold another the 20 th of September , 1904 . Mail Lids were received from New York , Kentucky , Missouri , Iowa and Michigan . The attendance was very good and snoke well for Messrs . Humphreys &amp; Son , who have made a large number of warm personal friends during the few years they Irnve been actively engaged in the Berkshire business . _ Messrs . Humphreys &amp; Son have - seen lii-eial buyers of high class Berkshires . Thr-ir ambition is to buy the best , breed tho best , and sell the best BARON DUKE XLV . 70 , 001 . Owned by Homer F . Waters , Prop ., H ighland Herd Berkshires , Dawson , III . inalsnilnlSn 8 S T * -6 bu ers and-the ani3 ^ e V « s , «...
BILTMORE SALE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
BILTMORE SALE . R l &gt; -s o ? ho a - £ ? , Val I , ub . ? ^ -e of Be * - ¦ ! « 4 . ittraVt ? fl t 2 10 i re Farms February &lt;• i .-siod £ 2 e ? a „ J , ar e ° number of inli ZTk * 0 $ is famous Berkshire - T ^ S ^^^^^^ - ^ ortu « 67 head brought * U , 90 B . OO , an av erage of 5177 .-69 , making the average for the 125 head sold at the two last sales almost $ 200 . There were nearly fifty breeders present , chiefly from the northern , eastern and . cotton states , and but very few of the mail bids were high enough to take the hogs from tbe buyers present at the sale . There was a scarcity of buyers present who needed boars and they went far below their value and what they usually bring at private sale prior to the breeding season . The highest priced animal sold , Danesfield Huntress , brought an even $ 500 . 00 , and was a bargain to her buyer , Messrs . Johns &amp; Calhoun , of Baldock , Ga / The buyers could have sold her at the sale for an advance , ...
BARKER-RILEY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
BARKER-RILEY SALE At the public sale of Berkshires held at Thorntown , Intl ., Feb . 4 , 1904 , by I . N . Barker &amp; Son and James Riley it Son , the average was $ 49 . 85 . Owing to the severe cold weather many of the breeders were not able to attend . All things considered , the sale was a success . The twenty-five head consigned by Messrs . Barker &amp; Son sold for $ 1 , 420 . 00 . Their average was $ 56 . 80 . The twenty-five head consigned by Messrs . Riley &amp; Son sold for $ 1 , 072 . 50 . Their average was $ 42 . 90 . The fifty head sold for $ 2 , 492 . 50 . -While I . N . Barker &amp; Son had a higher average on their consignment , James Riley &amp; Son Sold the highest priced animal in tne sale . The following is a list of the animals sold and their purchasers : CONSIGNED BY I . N . BARKER &amp; SON . Golden Lustre 67972 , A . T . Trimble , Trimble , 111 ., $ 77 . 50 . Columbus Maid VU . 74019 , C . W . Henry , Logan , C...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
^^ W Pearl Ring Free BL C ^ S » Cntontthlsad . and Bend H with TPh * -- * ¦¦ . ¦ sfflayname and address for one to ~* lsj * g lBZa Bsy ^ A . R . WKaosiiBY , I rovidcnceJ-J . RIB Ffa Sufferers read Temple of UII la V Liie . 21 pages about death , ill II danger of operation . Howto I IhhV avoid bv home cure . Boole free . Write full particulars . HERMIT REMEDY CO .. 05 Bell Blocl , Elfchart , Ind .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
IM 1 IP £ Uf &gt; Fortunes made in littla binOLllUi gardens . EasUy culUvated ; hardy evervwhere ; demand steadily MIereasing . loom in your garden to grow thousands of dollars worth . Ginseng seeds and roots -ire planted in the spring and fall . Send 4 c for our illustrated book on Ginseng , and current issue of The Ginseng Culture Magazine telling all about it . Write us now and read up on the sub-ect , Addiess OZARK GINSENG PUB . C ., Joplm . Mo .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
r *»«» n - . _ One 4-year-old German LnD Yst l C Coach Stallion , sixteen ¦ tin UUl r bands high ; rich dap- ¦ VII VnUt . pie brown ; fine styles taught to drive and do all kinds of tricks , and a sure breeder . One 3-year-old Steel Gray Jack , 15 hands high ; serves like a stallion . Two yearling Jack Colts . One 2-year-old Jersey show Bull . One yearling Jersey Bull . One yearling reg . Poland China show Boar . One four months old Boar , and also some fine P . C . gilts . This stuff is all result of careful breeding . Our motto : No sire too good for us . Stock guaranteed to please . CLARENCE RAGSDALE , Proprietor Magic City Stock Farm , Moberly - Mo . BEAUTIFUL JAPANESE WARE mrr ELEGANT DISHES rKrr VASES , BRONZE &amp; I HI---- CHINA ORNAMENTS Given absolutely free , without one cent of your money , if you • will leave with one or more responsible people lnyour locality , according to what you want , goods which we send you . A splendid Japanese sacrifice war purchase ena...
Stock feeding . ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
Stock feeding . ¦ ss » i j ¦ ¦¦¦ *»¦¦ SSSI I — - ¦ -- — THE BREEDERS OPPORTUNITYIn sympathy -with the values of market cattle the prices for pure-bred cattle also declined during the year , and breeding animals of splendid Individual merit and the best lines of ancestry can now be bought at prices that ought to be very attractive to those who wish to improve their herds or start a foundation herd with individuals of high excellence at a very moderate cost The work of years that would otherwise be required to build up the herd may thus be saved with no more outlay . It costs no more to feed a choice animal than . a . scrub , anji those !« vho can and yet do _ nbt embrace such excellent chances as are now . Offered to improve their herds , are making a mistake which they may live to regret Certainly Ihe best time to buy anything ls when prices are low , arid if farmers who mlght do so would wisely , take ad 7 vantage of the present comparatively low prices for choice pure-bred cattle ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
| HE ^^ HWMHM ^ srAiB &amp; SJHBl || maH • TJsed on outside of swine , 1 jpart to Bn of water , is guaranteed to kill Lice and Fever Germs , cure Scurvy , Canker and Measels without injury to eyes . Small doses weekly removes every worm . Prevents Disease . Makes Hogs Grow . At dealers or direct ln Sealed Cans Only Book Care of Hogs , with fulljisrtieulars and illustration of Tank , Free . MOORE CHEM . JO ; ^^ ^ : , || WHEN MlGMSa &amp; mF ] ^^ mNorthei ^ M « P Batha &amp; Hotel Combined 8 floors . Fine new rooms . .. Meals a-laOarte at all hours . BATHS OF All . KIHDS . Turkish , Russian , Shower , Plunge , etc Tho finest swimming pool in the world . Turkish Bath and Lodcing , $ 1 . 00 , Most inexpensive first class hotel in Chicago . Ricl . t in the heart of the city . Booklet on application . New Northern Baths &amp; Hotel 14 Quincy St . —CHICAGO—Near State iV ^^^ StK l H The farmer who is making the most 1 profit now-a-days is the farmer who g flj...
a a .. a am a aaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaa I i Che Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
a a .. a am a aaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaa I i Che Dairy mmmmarm maammmmmmmm ^ a ^ mmsmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmm WHERE TO BUY JERSEY CATTLE Breeders of Jersey cattle and farmers desiring to purchase first-class Jerseys will serve their best interests by sending ; for prises , pedigrees , etc ., to the following gentlemen -well known as successful breeders : GEORGIA . Belmont Farms ...... Smyrna ILLINOIS . Oliver J . Bailey Joliet H . N . Higinbotham Joliet KANSAS . Sayda Polo Jersey Farm Parsons MASSACHUSETTS . -Warfeqi » adock Farm . . . .. A ... . Bolton ¦ - PENNSYLVANIA . ; J . S . Campbell ... V . 1 ..... Butler , SOUTH * CAROLINA . A . H . White Rock Hill VIRGINIA . H . A . S . Hamilton &amp; Co Staunton THE SPRING DAIRY OUTLOOK . During the raw days of April , milch animals can be easily exposed as in winter . If you let them stand about the barn yard in a cold rainy storm or wind , their milk yield will probably receive a serious set back . Exposure to bad weather a...
Hood Farm Heifer Beats the World's Record . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
Hood Farm Heifer Beats the Worlds Record . mrmmw Yearly Two Year Old Authenticated Test of the Jersey Heifer Tonona 9 th of Hood Farm . We give below the yearly authenticated butter fat estimate and milk yield of Tonona 9 th of Hood Farm 172718 , which beats the world s record for a two year old . This great heifer was bred and is owned at Hood Farm , Lowell , Mass . To those not familiar with the meaning of an authenticated test , it may be interesting to explain that the American Jersey Cattle Club , realizing the great value of yearly records as proving the true worth of the dairy cow , voted to accept yearly butter fat records where the cow was tested for two days every month by a representative from an experiment station , such representative to be selected by the club . Tonona 9 th of Hood Farm was dropped Oct . 23 , 1900 . As a calf she was regarded , from a show point of view , as the most likely winner at Hood Farm , in her class , and if she had been taken to the large fai...
/ early Authenticated Babcock Butter Fat Estimate and Milk Yield OF TONONA- 9 TH OF HOOD FARM 172718 , [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 March 1904
/ early Authenticated Babcock Butter Fat Estimate and Milk Yield OF TONONA- 9 TH OF HOOD FARM 172718 , Bred , Owned and Tested at Hood Farm , Lowell . Jlass . Made by a representative of the Massachusetts Experiment Station , appointed by the American Jersey Cattle Club and under its rules . ... ~ ~ ~ FEED CONSUMED ^ ZZZZT Date Milk . Jo J ^ bs . - (\&gt; rn iGround Oil Gluten Ksti . ¦ Esti . f P , a ( nm 1903 . lbs , oz . Fat . Fat . Bran . JieuJ . ; Qats . . Muni , i Feed . Hay . iSilagcj 1 - * - *™ Jan . dllJs 516 . 02 4 . 2 21 . 677 38 8 25 9 % 2 J 480 Feb . 958 . 07 4 . 56 42 . 705 84 37 84 37 195 840 March 912 . 12 5 . 35 48 . 832 93 46 % 77 % 46 % 217 930 April 800 . 15 5 . 2 41 . 649 90 47 73 30 15 210 900 May 814 . 14 5 . 7 46 . 448 93 36 52 % 31 15 % Grasa June 728 . 12 5 . 8 42 . 267 90 30 21 30 20 Grass July 622 . 13 5 . 8 36 . 123 108 % 31 31 Grasa Aug . 583 . 01 5 . 8 33 . 817 108 % 31 . 31 Grasa Sept . 604 . 12 5 . 8 35 . 075 105 30 30 Grass Oct . 521 . 01 6 ....